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indictided Sentencing, Plea Bargains

Discussion in 'Criminal Procedure, Criminal Court' started by Black813, Jan 27, 2015.

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  1. Black813

    Black813 Law Topic Starter New Member

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    can a person bond out if they are indicted but they are also on porole
  2. army judge

    army judge Super Moderator

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    In most cases a person indicted can secure bond for his ir her release.
    In Texas, no matter the charge, a person can secure bail.
    Bail is not supposed to be so high that it is effectively used to punish a person who is only accused of a crime.

    The problem for you, Black813, is that you'll have a hold placed on you by the corrections authorities.
    That hold is often called a "blue warrant" in Texas, maybe in GA, too.
    We call it a "blue warrant" because its always on blue paper.
    Whether the corrections hold is on blue, white, green,or yellow paper; is unimportant.
    Wat is important is that a parolee is not a free person.
    Parole is simply an extension of confinement, in a virtual sense.

    If you're on parole, even if you make bond on the indictment, you aren't getting out.
    You have a right to a hearing on your parole revocation.
    If that goes well, then you you're liable to be able to post bail.

    Good luck.

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